Fitness Center 

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8/17/20 Important Fitness Center update: We are excited to learn that the fitness centers will be allowed to reopen as early as August 24. Our goal has been to open as safely as possible once the approval has been given.

Currently we are finalizing a few modifications to our HVAC system as well as creating as much space as possible in the fitness center.

In the next few days please familiarize yourself with the online registration process as we will be having members "sign up" for work out times to keep our facility enrollment within the 33% capacity requirement. There is a step by step worksheet on the Parks and Recreation home page explaining the process to using the online registration system. Once we are approved to be open we will "open" registration. We will be offering a limited number of fitness classes in the facility and as we monitor the response we will add to the schedule when possible. Please go here for these details:

Continue to check back to our website and check your email for updates from the department. We are looking forward to seeing you back in the facility in the very near future! 💪🏼👍🏼👏🏼#websterparksandrecreation #websterrecrocks #wprdfitness

Did you know that Webster Parks and Parks and Recreation has a 3,500 square foot fitness center that includes:

  • Five televisions with cardio theater
  • Treadmills, ellipticals and stationary bikes
  • Free weight area with Olympic benches and Olympic lifting platform/station
  • Selectorized strength circuit
  • Cable functional trainers
  • Men and women’s locker rooms with showers
  • Two racquetball courts
  • Gymnasium with two full-sized basketball courts/6 indoor pickleball courts
  • Outdoor lighted tennis /pickleball courts and basketball court
  • Outdoor one-mile paved walking/running trail
  • Personal Training

Our fitness center is a certified Silver Sneakers and Silver&Fit facility.

  1. Jay Verna, BS, CSCS, Pn1

    Phone: (585) 872-7103 x8901

    Jay has worked in the health & fitness profession for more than 20 years and has a degree in exercise physiology.  Jay has worked with all populations ranging from youth athletes to senior citizens.  He is  also has a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and holds a Nutrition Coaching Certification through Precision Nutrition.   Jay has developed and implemented strength and conditioning programs for WAA softball as well as numerous other youth sports teams.  He has worked with large groups and well as one-on-one clients.  He has extensive experience developing and coaching sport specific conditioning classes that include focus on proper warm up, recovery, and injury prevention.  Jay is currently the full time Fitness Specialist with Webster Parks and Recreation.

    Jay’s commitment to continued education provides a superior level of excellence to encourage our members to remain committed to healthy lifestyle behaviors.  Jay prides himself in using his continued health science educational knowledge and extensive experience to assess and develop individual exercise and nutritional strategies to help our members achieve their health and wellness goals.